- v turn into curds
- v go bad or sour
The milk curdled
- v turn from a liquid to a solid mass
his blood curdled
- s transformed from a liquid into a soft semisolid or solid mass
- Scrooge is a high-budget holiday spectacular, a musical extracted from Dickens' A Christmas Carol that turns out to be a curdled cup of holiday cheer.
- Maines' vocal intensity counters that of fans whose doting curdled into death threats, including "a letter Sayin' that I better shut up and sing Or my life will be over.
- The creamy notions of postpartisan cooperation poured abundantly over Obama's presidential campaign a year ago have curdled into suspicion and feelings of helplessness.
- Isa Chandra Moskowitz in New York Times
Here is the hideous curdled face of vegan baking,Ms. Moskowitz said, gesturing to a bowl of soy milk mixed with vegetable oil and cider vinegar.
- Ellen Lohr in marathonrally.com
My blood is curdled with horror,said the German Ellen Lohr. "This truly is the worst possible case. In normal circumstances, our service crew could have changed the gearbox but in yesterday's situation, they hadn't the slightest chance of...
- Declan Donnelly in RTE.ie
Declan Donnelly said: "When we were filming 'Britain's Got Talent' and the news came out about our deal Simon was steaming. He hissed: 'You've curdled my milk.' He was so unhappy."